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The Elephant of the Bastille
L'éléphant de la Bastille, mangé par les rats, change de place
"The elephant of the Bastille, eaten by rats, changes place."

Origin

Pierre-Charles Bridan

Type

Plaster Cast

Effects

Summons rats to nearby structures

Downsides

Extremely hard to neutralize

Activation

Touch

Collected by

Warehouse 12 agents

Section

Vetruvius

Aisle

421-1815

Shelf

N/A (too large to shelf)

Date of Collection

1846

[Source]


OriginEdit

The Elephant of the Bastille was a planned monument commissioned by Napoleon I. As construction progressed, Pierre-Charles Bridan was tasked to create a plaster model of the monument. In 1815, construction ceased because Napoleon I lost the Battle of Waterloo and only the plaster model was made. Rats started to live inside the hollow plaster model, which caused nearby residents to petition for its removal. But, no removal work started until 1846, when Warehouse 12 made arrangements with the Parisian government to relocate the Elephant to Warehouse 12.

TodayEdit

The Elephant was moved with the other artifacts of Warehouse 12 to the current location of the Warehouse.

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